Sean Porter, the OLB out of Texas A&M, is definitely an interesting prospect that I’m sure the Bengals would love to have. Whole the team was looking for a player to replace Von Miller, Porter stepped right up and played remarkably well. He recorded 79 tackles, 17 tackles for a loss, 9.5 sacks, and a forced fumble. Porter is a great speed rusher and can get to the QB quite easily. He struggles a little when met with a lineman, but he is still always around the ball. Porter displays great attributes and has also played well against quality teams. He has 5 recorded sacks against Oklahoma State, Arknsas, and Baylor. All three teams have respectable tackles. He does well in pass coverage, but his best attribute is his ability to rush the QB.
Bacarri Rambo is a prospect with immense talent that the Bengals should take a look at down the road. Rambo was in conversation of being the best safety coming into the draft last season with Mark Barron, but Rambo decided to stay in college for another year. He doesn’t have glaring red flags or anything like that, but still has some things that would make NFL teams wary of drafting him early. In the 2011 season, Rambo had 7 interceptions, which made him one of the nation’s leaders in interceptions. He also recorded 52 tackles and 7 passes broken up. Not only that, but in 2010, he had 82 tackles, 3 interceptions, 3 passes broken up, and three forced fumbles. Rambo has been a turnover machine during his time in Georgia, and hopes to continue this streak into the season and into the NFL. He has to serve a 4 game suspension because of violating team rules regarding drug use, which will draw some teams away. But Rambo’s talent is still tremendous and could make the team that drafted him very happy.